Best Tools for Creating Documentation
Do you leverage Google Sheets to run your business? Are you using a video tool like Loom to record short how-tos or a diagramming software like Lucidchart to visualize workflows? If so, you’re not alone.
These are some of the top types of tools our software customers use with Arvo to craft next-level documentation and cultivate scalable growth. Here are ways you could get more out of your existing tools (or maybe ideas for tools you haven’t tried yet!).
You can embed your Loom recordings directly into Arvo playbooks! This makes it so much easier to explain your business processes once, rather than having to give directions to your team over and over again.
Canva helps you create professionally designed visuals for your documentation. Canva is a great tool for those who may have zero design experience. With Canva, you can create diagrams, charts, and other types of graphics. All you have to do is scroll through the templates they offer and change the colors and content to match your branding!
Simple Editing Tools
Preview (if on Mac)
Snipping Tool (if on a PC)
Grammarly works in Arvo!
Google Docs, Sheets, Slides:
The Google Suite pioneered the building of initial documentation, and we love them for that. But paired with Arvo’s “Embed Website” component, you can now take your collaborative documents to new heights! Simply grab the file’s publicly available share link, paste it in the embed field, and then your live document or spreadsheet will be available to all within your playbook page. If the user viewing the playbook has editing access to the embedded file, they can make edits directly in the playbook.